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off the freeway and is at the border crossing from el paso into juarez. he spoke to a border patrol agent and directed him to make a u-turn on the other side of the border at which point the mexican authorities stopped him and said, hey, you had ammunition, you know you have ammunition in the back of your car. 268,000 rounds of high-powered ammunition. >> yeah. >> this is like some intense five power. he goes to make the u-turn and gets stopped and gets pulled over. they held him in mexican federal prison in vera cruz, mexico for seven months before letting him go. had an emotional press conference yesterday where he maintained his innocence and explained a bit more about what happened. >> i want to say thank you to everybody for the help. excuse me. >> everybody knows i was coming pack home. following the gps and i was watching the road at the same time, and it was a car on my left side, the driver's side. if i could have got over i would have probably hit somebody. >> there's very strict laws in mexico about firearms. randi, you've been along the border. there's signs everywhere a
the judges, we also have a call from the opposition leader mohammed el baradei saying there will be no dialog with the president until the new powers are rescinded. what do you think is happening? >> well, what we've got here is not exactly a rule of law situation coming unglued. the judges have been very political actors, morsi looks at them as the people who involui invalidated the egyptian parliament and muslim brotherhood and radical islamicists. what we've got here is competition between basically illegitimate groups who hold power and that's what this struggle is about. >> heather: do you see a potential for a civil war between the groups to break out? >> i don't think that mohamed el baradei represents many people nor do the judges. what the judges reflect is that portion of the population that thought hosni mubarak's regime brought stability to the country and that's why they supported it. the real issue here, i think, is whether morsi comes into confrontation with the egyptian military. he's been trying to pack the military with muslim brotherhood sympathizer by rank and by and large
of next week. so good news is the weekend is look great. >> is that our pattern for the winter? is it el nino or la nina? >> we're stuck in the middle now but the deal is this time of the year specifically november into december there's always an active storm somewhere. the question is, is it here or not? most often it's not. next week, looks like that active pattern will be right over top of us. >> coming to town. >> load up on umbrella if you are still shopping. >>> when we come back, bay area researchers come up with a way to speed up the implant process for implant survivors. how it works next. >>> thousands protest in egypt accusing the president of assuming the powers of a dictator. is this the end of the arab spring? that's tonight on the "cbs evening news." ,, ,,,, ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. with breast cancer will undo a mastectomy. now a new experimental device -- maden the bay area - is helping te wo
-- hamdin sabbahi from the leftist al- karamah party, and constitution party founder mohamed el- baradei, who tweeted yesterday that morsi had appointed himself "a new pharaoh." in his decree, morsi also held out the possibility of a second trial for hosni mubarek for the killings of protestors. >> suarez: texpln why morsi took these steps and the reaction that followed, i'm joined by nathan brown, an expert on egyptian constitutional law and politics. he's a professor at george washington university. do you find it significant that this wasn't just tahrir square but alexandria, port said. >> oh, yes. essentially most of the non-islammist political forces in egypt-- that is the brotherhood and others aside-- have lined up against us. the real question is are they going to be able to form a united front? and do they have any strategy by which to overturn morsi's decisions. >> suarez: what exactly has he done through these decrees? what did he say-- what powers did he give to himself, basically, until there's a constitution? >> well, he did a lot of little things. he dismissed the old pros
, she could see the bones of her child's fingers in small pieces on the floor. she was taken to el shifa hospital in gaza, but it was too crowded and they couldn't give her the best care, so the family asked israel for permission to cross the border. initially, her mother was terrified. terrified at the prospect of people considered an enemy in their country putting their hands on her wounded daughter. >> translator: it's a strange situation, and it's my first time entering israel. i was afraid. but they treated me and my daughter in a very nice way, and i understand that medicine has nothing to do with politics. >> all the tension is blocked outside the hospital. here there is an island of sanity in the middle east. here we treat people who don't actually look where they are and what they do and what they did before coming here and what they're going to do after leaving us. >> reporter: dr. yafeh is treating both children. >> it will never be normal. it will affect her life from now on and his life from now on, and choice of profession and choice of hobbies and choice of a future partne
, police in clear lake are asking for the public's help to find two teenage girls. 15-year-olds lacy el wood and sarah beck last seen at a taco bell on saturday. el wood is described as 5' 6, 145 pounds, blonde hair, blue eyes. beck is described as 5' 7, 135 pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes. police say the girls may be headed to the yucaya area. >>> tensions may be easing in the middle east. israel has loosened travel restrictions along the gaza border and so far, there are no reports of any new violent attacks. tens of thousands of school children returned to class this morning, after eight days of fighting along the border. a u.n. spokesman says students spent their first day back in school talking about their fears and experiences before the cease-fire. >>> in egypt, there is growing opposition to that country's new democratically elected leader. crowds protested at cairo's square, calling for president mohammed morsi. he says the courts cannot overrule his decisions, but protesters who helped overthrow the old regime led by mubarak warn egypt's new government hasn't chaingsd.
the opposition leader mohammed el baradei says that it's not possible unless morsi rescinds the powers he's given himself. are those the things that morsi wants to happen. a lot of judges were appointed by mubarak and he would want them out and does he really need to negotiate or have any dialog with the opposition? does he want that? >> no, he doesn't. and here, this is the final piece in the entire mosaic, and morsi being a complete pharaoh, a dictator. the first thing he and the muslim brotherhood got was a the parliament. now, a muslim brotherhood controlled parliament. then the presidency and next the independent army and military. and morsi got rid of the top generals appointed by mubarak and put in his own guys, the muslim brotherhood generals. and the next step was the independent press, state-owned press and media now has been replaced with muslim brotherhood advocates. now the final step is that independent judiciary, they have now said, well, you can't take us out and morsi says, forget it we're not going to play by your rules, your rules won't even apply to us. so, there's a final ste
decisions above the law and free he from judicial review until the parliament is ele surprising. and the president called president morsi to thank him for effort and reaffirm the close partnership between the united states and egypt. last night the state department issued a statement expressing reservations about what he's doing and made clear in their view the actions he's taking conflict with the idea that fueled the arab spring a year ago. the state department says one of the aspirations of the revolution was to ensure that power would not be overly concentrated in the hands of any one person or institution, and the current constitutional vacuum in egypt can only be resolved by a constitution that includes checks and balances and respects fundamental freedoms and rule of law consistent with egypt's international commitments. and el baradei is more blunt and twitter, morsi usurped all parents and' pointed himself egypt's new garo, a major blow that could have dire consequences. only a little more than five months since morsi became egypt's first democratically elected presiden
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